Yesterday Was a Lie

Yesterday Was a Lie

Hoyle a girl with a sharp mind and a weakness for bourbon -- finds herself on the trail of a reclusive genius. But her work takes a series of unforeseen twists as events around her grow increasingly fragmented... disconnected... surreal. With an ethereal lounge singer and her loyal partner as her only allies, Hoyle is plunged into a dark world of intrigue and earth-shattering cosmological secrets. Haunted by an ever-present shadow whom she is destined to face, Hoyle discovers that the most powerful force in the universe -- the power to bend reality, the power to know the truth -- lies within the depths of the human heart.

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Ian C (jp) wrote: I didn't know the story of Pazienza but as the story unfolds it is one we have seen in many other sports films. The difference here is the performances of Hinds, Levine, Sagal, Teller and in particular Aaron Eckhart. Excellent.

Norman F (br) wrote: Not breathtaking but good enough to keep you entertained on a cold sunday evening.

Craig F (mx) wrote: Too predictable and tepid to hold the audience for a full 80 minutes.

Hikari H (es) wrote: This movie was fantastic. Engaging story line, excellent acting and beautiful action sequences. It will leave you crying in the end. I loved it.

Mark S (jp) wrote: Didn't get it. I thought the style was both to prominent and not prominent enough. Meaning I'd have preferred a movie this unfocused in its story to be a lot more stylistically extreme. At least that would have added some value to the experience. As is I was - sadly - a bit bored by the thing.

Igor A (us) wrote: filmov e tra-la-la i e posveten na site bolesnici sto se kladat

DARK B (br) wrote: that was a good movie

Nikki G (us) wrote: I love any movie with Sarah Polley. She's amazing and VERY underrated...a true Queen of Independent film. But this film was an interesting love story.

Kyle M (jp) wrote: Another family B-movie that's non-Disney with its own wits and sillies. (B)(Full review coming soon)

Brad P (mx) wrote: I liked it 90s slasher fun!

Lily Z (ru) wrote: She is so amazing...:)

John M (nl) wrote: Scorsese's is the only reason to watch it really. Coppola's is just bad all out. Allen's is funny but I think the premise is worn thin. See it for Scorsese's.

Reid V (fr) wrote: First M, then Metropolis, and now The Woman in the Window. It seems that when Lang is at the helm, I can always expect a great film. While this is the first film of his that I have seen of his days in America, it appears that his transpacific migration did not have a negative effect on his eye for fantastic cinema. This slick noir features an aging professor Richard Wanley who is played by Edward G. Robinson. While Wanley's family is out of town, he fears going out on the town with his friends because he knows to ignore what he calls the , "Siren call of adventure." While the lure of eroticism is constantly hovering around him, he prefers to stay inside. However, upon a fateful encounter with a young woman, he becomes involved in a murder. Lang expertly gives the viewer the sense of Wanley's inner turmoil as the police begin to gather evidence that could lead to his conviction. Lang's constant use of mirrors illuminate the double nature of these characters while his use of clocks help to build suspense and shows that time waits for no man, regardless of class. To the chagrin of many, the twist ending adds another element to Lang's theme of sexual repression. While I was a bit disappointed, it does seem logical for Lang to use this twist seeing as he was the man who helped bring about a similar twist in The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari. All in all, a densely packed film that is not only a success for fans of Lang, but for fans of Noir as well.

Bob S (nl) wrote: surreal hyper-realistic two-reelerdoes NOT qualify for the "No animals were harmed during the production..." disclaimer

Domenic S (fr) wrote: A pretty enjoyable film. Definite classic.

Christopher B (au) wrote: Pretty corny but watchable, especially for a Netflix streamer.